organic structure

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1--Since 8/52 percent of surveyed people have evaluated the score of organizational structure high and very high and this means that the studied organizations had been mechanical and since in the mechanic structure the corruption is greater than the organic structure so the following suggestions are presented to change the organizational structure to organic structure and therefore reduce the amount of corruption :
Causal relationships (Strauss and Corbin 1990) Underlying Axial coding Phenomenon Condition theory Innovation Process 5 theory Outcome 1 (Damanpour and Gopalakrish- nan 1999) Organizational Organic structure 8 factors Risk 7 impacting the Labor innovation process (Hage 1999) Issues to Internal structure considered Customers when studying Regulation organiza- Longitudinal tional change Social (Pettigrew Competitors et al.
Surface conditioning and the organic structure of the sealant may be factors that influence sealant retention.
Burcu Karabey shows us the boundaries to be exceeded while sharing the organic structure realized by the metaphors and she builds bridges in between.
For example, Covin and Slevin (1989) posited that an organic structure allowed firms the flexibility to seize environmental opportunities through proactive behaviors.
I brushed it aside, saying it had nothing to do with the organic structure of the carbohydrates we were studying.
The studios have made clear that they do not want this market to become organized, preferring instead to maintain its organic structure so that they themselves can control buyers' schedules.
Carlos Barba, partner and director of Enlace Consultores, pointed out that organizational charts have changed from vertical pyramid structures to a more organic structure.
The intricate composition of biological tubules is simplified in order to create a less complex organic structure.
Within its organic structure, the recurring brass and timp climaxes thunder with such remorseless fury that the music begins to feel incoherent, and intervening episodes are either restless, desolate or threatening, providing no respite from the anger.
The skull studies also turn out to be important for charting Leonardo's unfolding interests in physiognomy because they provide evidence for the manner in which he linked external appearances with internal organic structure.
The solvent swelling is the simplest method to characterize the macromolecular organic structure of coal and to gain insight into geochemical process of maturation.
Cobalt blue has become something of an Alsop signature - the scaly ultramarine tiles and organic structure of the government headquarters in Marseilles (the 'Big Blue', AR October 1994) have a similarly surprising yet seductive resonance.
There will be a central, stone-faced structure with separate wings clad in different building materials to create an organic structure that appears to have grown over time.
Law announces that the alphabet of the ancient language correlates exactly with the organic structure of human DNA, worldwide fears reach full throttle.